Sanofi Pasteur’s historic Swiftwater campus celebrates 120 years and serves as one of the world’s largest sites dedicated to the research, development and production of vaccines

Committed to improving public health through vaccine development for 120 years, the Swiftwater site of Sanofi Pasteur, has developed and produced vaccines in the heart of the Poconos since 1897. Founded as the Pocono Biological Laboratories by Dr. Richard Slee, the site has grown from its original four acres to now over 500. Sanofi Pasteur’s Swiftwater campus became one of the largest sites across the globe dedicated to vaccine manufacturing and development. Growing over the years, one thing has remained constant: its commitment to public health and vaccine innovation.

 

To learn more about Sanofi Pasteur’s Swiftwater site history and its dedication to public health, check out the video vignettes, feature stories and fact sheets:

 

120 YEARS OF PUBLIC HEALTH

120 YEARS OF GROWTH

120 YEARS OF COMMUNITY

120 YEARS OF SCIENCE

 

 

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JOURNAL MILESTONES FEATURE

SWIFTWATER FACT SHEET

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SWIFTWATER HISTORY OVERVIEW

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Date: 
Wednesday, July 5, 2017